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Improve MLB Integrity: Quit Assigning Wins or Losses To Pitchers

The nonsense of assigning a pitcher a “win” or a “loss” just keeps on rolling. Tonight’s games have provided another prime example: Chris Sale of the White Sox struck out 14, walked one and allowed zero earned runs over eight … Continue reading

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The 2013 AL Central

The weather has finally warmed and the ducks are on the pond. Time to talk expectations. Yes, most writers have done this rumination weeks ago. I like to wait until after spring training so it can, hopefully, be based on … Continue reading

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Odd stat lines

Guess the player: he is currently leading his league in home runs and walks, but also in strikeouts. He is batting a sub-awful .207 over 376 at-bats yet sports an on-base percentage of .346, not great but acceptable. He generally … Continue reading

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